Getting to Fredericton New Brunswick
There are three ways you can get to New Brunswick:
1) along the Trans-Canada Highway from central Canada (ie Ontario & Quebec)
2) from the United States, via I-95
3) from the other Maritime provinces to the east
Trans-Canada Highway eastbound
From Toronto take the 401 east, from Ottawa take the 417 east, and from Montreal (where the preceding routes meet) continue on Autoroute 20 to Quebec City and Riviere du Loup. From there, head south along 185 which becomes Highway #2 in New Brunswick, which winds along the Saint John River to Fredericton and then east to Moncton. Those heading to Saint John, can head south on #7 from Oromocto.
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From the U.S.A.
From Boston, Massachusetts and Bangor, Maine head northeast along I-95, which connects to New Brunswick's Highway 2 at Woodstock.
For those heading to Saint John and points east, you can exit from I-95 at Bangor, Maine and head east on Maine Route 9, which becomes Highway #1 in New Brunswick which goes through Saint John and Sussex along the beautiful Bay of Fundy, and joining Highway #2 (the Trans-Canada Highway), just west of Moncton.
From the Maritimes
You can reach New Brunswick from Nova Scotia and Newfoundland via the Trans-Canada Highway via Amherst, Nova Scotia and Morton, New Brunswick. You can also connect by Ferry from Digby, Nova Scotia direct to Saint John (Ferry details).
From PEI, you can reach New Brunswick either via the Confederation Bridge between Borden-Carleton, PEI and Cape Tourmantine, NB or by ferry from Woods Islands, PEI to Caribou/Pictou, Nova Scotia and then head west on the Trans-Canada Highway through Truro and Amherst (ferry and bridge details).